from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as log-rolling, 1.
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No ship-launch frame-raising, logging-bee, or dance, was considered complete without him, and while his strength was almost equal to that of any two of his companions, his merry laugh was so infectious that even envy couldn't resist joining in, when public opinion pronounced him 'the best man in the county.'
She would not be asked to go to Parliament by any of us – we gave him our word that she was immune from public duties of that nature, for we knew the lady and her limitations, and we knew she was safe – safe as a glass of milk at an old-fashioned logging-bee; safe as a dish of cold bread pudding at a strawberry festival.
Sometimes a logging-bee was made to clear a special lot for a neighbor, and a band of wood-choppers worked all day together.
To effect this the more readily we called a logging-bee.
In my next I shall give you an account of our logging-bee, which will take place the latter end of this month.
J.W.D.M. A logging-bee followed the burning of the fallow, as a matter of course.
A logging-bee followed the burning of the fallow, as a matter of course.